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The  2010  Biodiversity  Indicators  Partnership   Ministry  of  the  Environment,  Brazil   Workshop  on  Biodiversity  Monitoring   Brasilia  23-­‐25  August  2010  

Dr  Damon  Stanwell-­‐Smith   Ecosystem  Assessment  Programme     UNEP  World  ConservaLon  Monitoring  Centre   Cambridge,  UK   www.twentyten.net


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The  2010  Biodiversity  Target  –  the  challenge  of  the  wording  

"to  achieve  by  2010  a  significant  reduc7on  of  the   current  rate  of  biodiversity  loss  at  the  global,  regional   and  na7onal  level  as  a  contribu7on  to  poverty   allevia7on  and  to  the  benefit  of  all  life  on  Earth"  

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The  2010  Biodiversity  Target  –  the  challenge  of  the  wording  

Generic  2010     index  

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At  least  3  Lme  series  events  required   Rate  of  change  slows  as  Zero  approached     www.twentyten.net

Adapted from Mace (2009)


The  2010  BIP  Indicator  Suite   Focal Area

Headline Indicators Measures Trends in extent of selected biomes, Extent of forests and forest types ecosystems, and habitats Extent of assorted habitats Trends in abundance and distribution Living Planet Index of selected species Global Wild Bird Indicator Coverage of Protected Areas Status and trends Coverage of protected areas Overlays with biodiversity Management effectiveness Change in status of threatened Red List Index and Sampled Red List Index species Ex situ crop collections Trends in Genetic Diversity Genetic diversity of terrestrial domesticated animals Area of forest under sustainable management: certification Areas under sustainable management

Area of agricultural ecosystems under sustainable management

Sustainable use

Threats

Area of forest under sustainable management: degrad. and deforestation

Proportion of fish stocks in safe biological limits Proportion of products derived from Status of species in trade sustainable sources Wild Commodities Index Ecological Footprint Ecological Footprint Nitrogen Deposition Nitrogen Deposition Invasive Alien Species Marine Trophic Index

Invasive Alien Species Marine Trophic Index

Water Quality

Water Quality

Forest Fragmentation Connectivity/frag'm of ecosystems Ecosystem River fragmentation and flow regulation integrity / services Health and well being of communities Health / well being of communities directly dependent on ecosystem services Biodiversity for food & medicine Trad. knowledge Resource transfers

Nutrition indicators of biodiversity Biodiversity for food and medicine

Status and trends of linguistic Status and trends of linguistic diversity diversity Assistance provided in support of the Official development assistance provided in support of the CBD CBD


The  2010  BIP  Indicator  Suite   Focal Area

Headline Indicators Trends in extent of selected biomes, ecosystems, and habitats Trends in abundance and distribution of selected species

Status and trends Coverage of protected areas Change in status of threatened species Trends in Genetic Diversity

Areas under sustainable management Sustainable use Proportion of products derived from sustainable sources

Threats

Ecological Footprint Nitrogen Deposition Invasive Alien Species Marine Trophic Index Water Quality

Connectivity/frag'm of ecosystems Ecosystem integrity / services Health and well being of communities Biodiversity for food & medicine Trad. knowledge Resource transfers

Status and trends of linguistic diversity Assistance provided in support of the CBD

Measures


The  2010  BIP  Indicator  Suite  

Post 2000      

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Proportion of fish stocks in safe biological limits Proportion of products derived from Status of species in trade sustainable sources Wild Commodities Index Ecological Footprint Ecological Footprint Nitrogen Deposition Nitrogen Deposition

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Invasive Alien Species Marine Trophic Index

Invasive Alien Species Marine Trophic Index

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Water Quality

Water Quality

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Focal Area

Headline Indicators Measures Trends in extent of selected biomes, Extent of forests and forest types ecosystems, and habitats Extent of assorted habitats Trends in abundance and distribution Living Planet Index of selected species Global Wild Bird Indicator Coverage of Protected Areas Status and trends Coverage of protected areas Overlays with biodiversity Management effectiveness Change in status of threatened Red List Index and Sampled Red List Index species Ex situ crop collections Trends in Genetic Diversity Genetic diversity of terrestrial domesticated animals Area of forest under sustainable management: certification Areas under sustainable Area of forest under sustainable management: degrad. management Area of agricultural ecosystems under sustainable mgmt.

Sustainable use

Threats

Forest Fragmentation Connectivity/frag'm of ecosystems Ecosystem River fragmentation and flow regulation integrity / services Health and well being of communities Health / well being of communities directly dependent Biodiversity for food & medicine Trad. knowledge Resource transfers

Nutrition indicators of biodiversity Biodiversity for food and medicine

Status and trends of linguistic Status and trends of linguistic diversity diversity Assistance provided in support of the Official development assistance provided in support of CBD the CBD

Pre 2000      -


Oceania

Polynesia Micronesia Melanesia

Latin America

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Australia and New Zealand

BD component

Northern America South America

Sustainable Use

Central America Caribbean

BD Threats

Europe

Western Europe Southern Europe Northern Europe

Ecosystem Integrity

Eastern Europe Asia

Western Asia Trad Knowledge

South-eastern Asia

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Eastern Asia Antartica

Access/Benefit sharing

Africa

Western Africa Southern Africa

Resource Transfers

Northern Africa Middle Africa Eastern Africa 0

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Number of CBD Indicators

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1.1.1 Extent of forests and forest types 1.1.2 Extent of marine habitats: Mangrove Extent 1.1.2 Extent of marine habitats: Seagrass Extent 1.1.2 Extent of marine habitats: Coral reef condition 1.2.1 Living Planet Index 1.2.2 Global Wild Bird Indicator 1.3.1 Coverage of Protected Areas 1.3.2 Overlays with biodiversity 1.3.3 Management effectiveness 1.4.1. Red List Index & Sampled Red List Index 1.5.1. Ex situ crop collections 1.5.2 Genetic diversity of terrestrial domesticated animals 2.1.1 Area of forest under sustainable management: certification 2.1.2 Area of forest under sustainable management: degradation & 2.1.3 Area of agricultural ecosystems under sustainable management 2.2.1 Proportion of fish stocks in safe biological limits 2.2.2 Status of species in trade 2.2.3 Wild Commodities Index 2.3.1 Ecological Footprint 3.1.1 Nitrogen Deposition 3.2.1 Invasive Alien Species: Number of invasive alien species 3.2.1 Invasive Alien Species: Red List Index 3.2.1 Invasive Alien Species: International Policy Adoption 3.2.1 Invasive Alien Species: National Policy Adoption 4.1.1 Marine Trophic Index 4.2.1 Water Quality Index 4.3.1 Forest Fragmentation: Forest Ecosystems 4.3.2 River fragmentation & flow regulation 4.4.1 Health and well being of communities 4.5.1 Nutrition indicators for biodiversity 4.5.2 Biodiversity for food & medicine: Red List Index 4.5.2 Biodiversity for food & medicine: Accessibility 5.1.1 Status and trends of linguistic diversity 7.1.1 ODA provided in support of the Convention 1875

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1.1.1 Extent of forests and forest types 1.1.2 Extent of marine habitats: Mangrove Extent 1.1.2 Extent of marine habitats: Seagrass Extent 1.1.2 Extent of marine habitats: Coral reef condition 1.2.1 Living Planet Index 1.2.2 Global Wild Bird Indicator 1.3.1 Coverage of Protected Areas 1.3.2 Overlays with biodiversity 1.3.3 Management effectiveness 1.4.1. Red List Index & Sampled Red List Index 1.5.1. Ex situ crop collections 1.5.2 Genetic diversity of terrestrial domesticated animals 2.1.1 Area of forest under sustainable management: certification 2.1.2 Area of forest under sustainable management: degradation & 2.1.3 Area of agricultural ecosystems under sustainable management 2.2.1 Proportion of fish stocks in safe biological limits 2.2.2 Status of species in trade 2.2.3 Wild Commodities Index 2.3.1 Ecological Footprint 3.1.1 Nitrogen Deposition 3.2.1 Invasive Alien Species: Number of invasive alien species 3.2.1 Invasive Alien Species: Red List Index 3.2.1 Invasive Alien Species: International Policy Adoption 3.2.1 Invasive Alien Species: National Policy Adoption 4.1.1 Marine Trophic Index 4.2.1 Water Quality Index 4.3.1 Forest Fragmentation: Forest Ecosystems 4.3.2 River fragmentation & flow regulation 4.4.1 Health and well being of communities 4.5.1 Nutrition indicators for biodiversity 4.5.2 Biodiversity for food & medicine: Red List Index 4.5.2 Biodiversity for food & medicine: Accessibility 5.1.1 Status and trends of linguistic diversity 7.1.1 ODA provided in support of the Convention 1875

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CommunicaLng  global  progress   3rd  ediLon  -­‐  Global  Biodiversity  Outlook   •  Flagship IYB product of CBD, 10 May 2010 •  Butchart et al (2010) Science 328: 1164-8, 28 May 2010  

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Butchart et al (2010) Global biodiversity: indicators of recent declines, Science 328: 1164-8  

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31 %

78%

Butchart et al (2010) Global biodiversity: indicators of recent declines, Science 328: 1164-8  

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significant  inflecLons   

"Highly  unlikely  that  the   2010  Target  will  be  met"  

Butchart et al (2010) Global biodiversity: indicators of recent declines, Science 328: 1164-8  

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Goals  /  sub-­‐targets  (from  GBO3)  

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Linked  indicator  narraLve:  tropical  humid  forests  

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Linked  indicator  narraLve:  marine  fisheries  

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“Na7onal  governments  and  regional  organiza7ons  using  and   contribu7ng  to  the  improved  delivery  of  global  indicators”  

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Capacity  building  workshops:    45  Countries   South  East  Asia   Caribbean   Mesoamerica   Eastern  Africa   Southern  Africa

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“Na7onal  governments  and  regional  organiza7ons  using  and   contribu7ng  to  the  improved  delivery  of  global  indicators”   “Na7onal  governments  developing  and  using  indicators   relevant  to  na7onal  priori7es"   • 

Capacity  building  workshops:    45  Countries   South  East  Asia   Caribbean   Mesoamerica   Eastern  Africa   Southern  Africa

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Indicator   Development   Flowchart  

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Indicator   Development   Flowchart  

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Indicator   Development   Flowchart  

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CommunicaLon  

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CommunicaLon  

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CommunicaLon  

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CommunicaLon  

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CommunicaLon  

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CommunicaLon  

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The  Partnership  beyond  2010...   1      A  major  expansion  in  naLonal  capacity-­‐building  for  the           development  and  use  of  biodiversity  indicators       2      CommunicaLon  of  compelling  messages  and  stories  from   the  combined  suite  of  global  indicators       3      Maintaining  a  partnership  role  in  facilitaLng  experience   sharing  and  indicator  implementaLon  

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